The Santa Clara Valley Water District will update the neighborhood on the major construction underway at the Rinconada Water Treatment Plant at the district’s first public meeting on the project this year.
It takes place Wednesday, Feb. 21 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the treatment plant, located at 400 More Ave. in Los Gatos.
The work supports the district’s commitment to keep drinking water safe and reliable by upgrading all major plant components and increasing the plant’s treatment capacity to 100 million gallons of water a day. When completed in the winter of 2021, it will allow the district to meet increasingly stringent standards for water quality, seismic stability and safety. The project is in the second of five phases.
At this meeting, district staff will review the progress of the project thus far and look ahead to upcoming work, including:
Street repair of Granada Way in March.
Landscape improvement at the Granada Way gate in March.
Start of Phase 3 in late 2018. This phase will have the most neighborhood impact due to unavoidable noise from demolition of our clarifiers and increased truck traffic.
The project team and its partners appreciate your patience and remain committed to minimizing disruptions associated with the project.
For any questions or concerns, please contact:
Public Information Representative and your neighborhood liaison Tony Mercado at (408) 630-2342 during office hours or via email at email@example.com. He can also be reached through his personal cell phone at 408-426-1039.